Hey Everyone! Steam is having an unbelievable Holiday Sale with some deep, deep discounts on some utterly awesome games! YAY! Oh, wait, what's this? There's only one Mac-compatible game on sale right now, and it's been on sale for dirt cheap once already this year? BOO!
Since its release earlier this year, the OnLive gaming service has generally been regarded as a cool and nifty way to stream console games to your Mac.
It's about to get a bit more affordable.
On Thursday, Online announced the beginning of its OnLive PlayPack - a flat rate pricing plan allowing people to play all of the more than 40 games offered in the plan, as much as they want for $9.99 a month.
Let's face it, gaming gets expensive and prior to walking into a store to see what your used games are worth, you're going to want to know what to expect. I mean, you drove all the way out to Uncle Ted's House of Comics, Gaming and Minimal Eye Contact, you want to know what's in store for you...
Wireless syncing, applications that turn your iPhone into a WiFi hotspot, Facetime calls over 3G--when it comes to rocking an iPhone, it seems that jailbreakers get to have all the fun. As of this morning, iOS device users that have opted not to tinker with their Apple devices have another reason to pout with word reaching us that jailbroken iPads will soon be able to play a very pretty-looking version of Quake 3 Arena.
It appears our favorite "patent happy" company may be at it again. The latest has Apple having filed a patent application in April 2009, for "interactive gaming with co-located, networked direction and location aware devices."
Between celebrating Bejeweled's ten year anniversary, the release of Peggle Nights, and all that Michael Jackson hoopla, we’ve been hearing quite a bit about PopCap. Well, now the usually quite game giant is pulling out all the stops. PopCap’s fastest selling iOS game, Plants vs. Zombies, has gone on sale for the first time since it was released in February. The reason? It's Halloween!
Telltale Games has announced that it will release Back to the Future: The Game for the PC and Mac soon after the Blu-ray and DVD release of the Back to the Future 25th Anniversary Trilogy on October 26. Great scott, that's tomorrow!
There are two types of Mac gamers in the world: Those that love Sid Meier's outstanding series of Civilization games, and those who haven't played them yet. If you belong to either group, we're sure you'll be thrilled with the news that, according to a recent press release, the long-lauded series of games' latest iteration--Civilization V--is one step closer to making its Apple debut.
Despite today's focus on the maelstrom of fresh Apple releases and updates, it's business as usual for the rest of the world. Case in point: While we were all busy ogling Cupertino's newest hotness, word broke that gaming giant Electronic Arts has acquired Angry Birds maker Chillingo for a cool $20 million.